While you're sitting around waiting for the next "mystery team" to emerge in the running for Prince Fielder (yes, we're looking at you, Arizona Diamondbacks), enjoy the video above of Drew Storen's mechanics in slow motion (not the guys who fix his car) via Pitchers Power Drive dot com.
So, just what the heck is Pitchers Power Drive, anyway? A car? A race? A pill? No, silly. It's a device! Via the company website:
"The device teaches by a combination of auditory sound and kinetic feel, the two most important multi-sensory leaning methods. The early timing of hearing this click trains pitchers to initiate power with their back hip which keeps their weight over the rubber longer. This weight transfers into their standing leg, thigh, knee and foot thus giving an explosive hip and torso at landing. The device allows them to feel and hear the power of their initial movement from knee lift down the mound with a proper hip lead. The clicking sound of the strike plate allows immediate auditory sound and kinetic feedback."